What We’ve Been Reading This Week
Sometimes Twitter is overwhelming and the Facebook newsfeed is nothing but cat pictures and statuses littered with grammatical errors. That’s why Phi Beta Kappa has started the new weekly feature, “What We’ve Been Reading This Week” to give you all the news you can actually use and might have missed throughout the week.
Sit back, and let us do the news scavenging for you.
The amazing recovery – and induction into Phi Beta Kappa – of one college student with a TBI.
Looking for a job and have a liberal arts degree? According to this survey, the Detroit Tigers, Deutche Bank, and Charles River Associates will hire you.
Former Detroit Lions safety Ricardo Silva traded intercepting Super Bowl quarterbacks for teaching at Washington, D.C.’s Ballou High School.
Geniuses can teach us about creativity, and Phi Beta Kappa member Frank Bruni asserts that college is a time to expand our horizons and investigate different perspectives in this New York Times Op-Ed.
Finally, if you’re in Wisconsin, register to attend the free event honoring Key of Excellence Award recipient the Wisconsin Science Festival!
(Shark photo from Terry Goss, Wikimedia Commons.)